A new study funded by COM, CVP, and GOMO on the California Current System uses Biogeochemical Argo floats and models to investigate episodes of low dissolved oxygen and impacts on ecosystems and fisheries.
Scientists supported by COM release a new dataset unveiling nearly two decades of previously unavailable oceanographic data from the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, offering crucial insights into the dynamic marine ecosystems and informing conservation and resource management strategies.
CPO announced nearly $500,000 in funding for projects that aim to improve precipitation datasets.
A new COM-funded study highlights water resource challenges in the Western U.S.
NOAA Climate Program Office’s COM program awards nearly five hundred thousand dollars to improve precipitation datasets
CPO’s Climate Observations and Monitoring (COM) program is announcing two new two-year projects in Fiscal Year 2023 (FY23) that aim to improve the research on precipitation datasets. The competitively selected projects total four hundred seventy-nine thousand dollars in grants1. These precipitation projects, chosen in response to the Disaster Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (DRSA) of 2022
CPO announced $1.2 million in FY23 funding for projects that aim to build new databases for precipitation information and analysis.
Finding New Evidence of a Clear Relationship Between Temperature and The Global Water Cycle Over the Past Two Millennia
Researchers use a new global paleoclimate data product to enhance our understanding of the ways temperature and precipitation have responded to each other over the past 2,000 years, in a new COM-supported Nature Geoscience paper.
A new study supported by a COM-CVP-GOMO partnership uses new ocean observing systems to uncover previously unknown phytoplankton blooms occurring beneath Southern Ocean sea ice cover.
A report has just been published detailing the accomplishments of the NOAA Sea Ice Modeling Collaboration Workshop, held at the University of Colorado, Boulder in April 2023. The Sea Ice Modeling Collaboration Team organized this workshop, a group dedicated to advancing cross-OAR and NOAA-wide sea ice modeling activities that is sponsored by CPO’s Climate Observations and Monitoring (COM) and Climate
New modeling study and visualization tool supported by a COM/MAPP/CSI partnership shows that marine heatwaves have complicated but predictable impacts on the habitats of sharks, seals, birds, and fish along the west coast.